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Talking Sport Podcast: Provincial adventures, Camogie finals and Park-Ratheniska trio on 2021

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We are back with the latest episode of the Talking Sport Podcast with LaoisToday.

After the football county finals concluded last weekend, we all thought the action may slow down – but far from it.

This weekend will see five Laois teams in provincial action – four of them on Saturday.

Barrowhouse are in Leinster Junior football action against Grange of Carlow at 1pm on Saturday while Ballinakill are in Intermediate action at the same time away against Cullion of Westmeath.

Park-Ratheniska are in Dr Cullen Park to take on Naomh Eoin while Ballyfin Ladies begin their Leinster Junior campaign at home to St Anne’s.

On Sunday, Ladies champions St Conleth’s host Tinahealy of Wicklow in the Leinster Senior Championship.

Steven Miller and Alan Hartnett look ahead to all of those games before we have this week’s special interview.

Alan is joined by Park-Ratheniska trio Jimmy Langton, Richie Hitchcock and James Connolly who look back on what has been an incredible 2021.

The trio look back on how the club went from Junior to Senior in the space of 13 weeks – and outline their hopes for the future.

After the interviews, Steven and Alan are back to look ahead to the Laois camogie finals where LaoisToday will once again proudly sponsor the Player of the Match awards.

The LaoisToday Talking Sport Podcast is brought to you in association with Booth Concrete.

You can listen to the latest episode on Soundcloud below or by subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

The LaoisToday Talking Sport Podcast is brought to you in association with Booth Concrete. 

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